Tired of wasting time searching for lost keys? Stick a Tile(#CommissionsEarned) on them (and your wallet, the remote, your jacket...) and use your smartphone to find your missing item. The unobtrusive design matches anyone’s style, and the simple interface makes it a dream come true for anyone tired of asking, "Has anyone seen my keys?!?"
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Kids with ADHD aren’t the only ones who can’t sit still. If you struggle to stay focused in your uncomfortable office chair, try the Jellyfish Chair(#CommissionsEarned), which lets you bounce around while you power through your work! It comes in three fun colors that add a splash to any boring office, and will actually help with posture while burning off excess energy.
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If your alarm clock makes it too easy to hit Snooze over and over, try Clocky(#CommissionsEarned) — it’ll actually roll off your nightstand and scoot away while it beeps loudly, forcing you to get out of bed to turn it off (or throw it out the window). Clocky comes in tons of colors to match any bedroom set, and it’s durable enough to tumble off your nightstand every day and keep on ticking!
You think of a new project to pitch at work while you’re in the shower — but by the time you’ve gotten out, the idea is totally gone. Now, never let your ADHD brain lose track of an idea again, with Aqua Notes (#CommissionsEarned)— a waterproof notepad you can hang in your shower to jot down ideas the second they come to you. Plus, non-ADHD spouses can leave fun reminders for their partner, and the whole family can have fun doodling in the shower!
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Smart phones are great, but some of us just need to see our whole schedule laid out on paper. Make better planning and organization happen this year with the cool customizable planner system from Franklin Planner(#CommissionsEarned). You can pick the pages, the cover, and how many tabs to add — perfect for keeping track of meetings, soccer games, dentist appointments, and more!
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Adults and children with ADHD often focus better when they can fidget. Most fidget toys are made for children, but for adults with ADHD seeking a more discreet fidget, there are stylish spinner rings(#CommissionsEarned). The top layer spins endlessly (without sticking), providing a calming distraction for adults with ADHD in stressful situations.
Need to remember to mail the electric bill tomorrow? Put it in this expanding organizer(#CommissionsEarned) that you can hang on the back of your door to easily keep track of what you need to remember. The bright color will catch your attention before you leave each day, and the big folders have room for tons of papers or knick-knacks — whatever you need to remember!
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With 9 peer-reviewed studies, more than 40 different brain training games, and over 60 million members worldwide, Lumosity certainly has the numbers to back up its claims of brain-training greatness. The games promise to improve attention, memory, problem solving skills, and more — all in fun, fast-paced chunks that adults with ADHD will love.
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Massage Gift Card
Adults with ADHD need to relax — perhaps a bit more than their neurotypical friends! A gift card for a massage is a great, stress-free way for adults with ADHD to blow off steam and get pampered. Try your favorite local massage place or try a Massage Envy gift card — with over 1,000 locations across North America, chances are there’s one nearby!